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Friday, May 17

Unwanted subject
11820 Highway 180
Homeless female yelling at customers. Deputy advised out with a female in front of RDA who is talking to herself/issued her an indefinite CTW for RDA/taking her to City Hall in Santa Clara.

Welfare check
Artcher Road
A named female reported to caller that her boyfriend abused her/she has bruises and cigarette burns/she was frantic/boyfriend is still there. Deputy had contact requesting ambulance for a 54 to 55-year-old female who has been drinking heavily for the past couple of days and has some marks on her nose. Deputy advised one female in unit en route to Yankie Street.

Harassment
Agua Blanca – Hurley
Caller concerned a named individual will hurt someone.

Harassment
Shasta Street
Walk-in advised harassment over email.

Vehicle burglary
Little Walnut Road
Vehicle broken into and stereo and other items were stolen. Deputy set up frequent patrol for next three months.

Welfare check
North Hurley Road/Penjamo
Small boy, possibly about 5-years-old, walking by himself toward Highway 180. Deputy advised ATL in area with negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Bill Evans
Walk-in advising she was camping at Bill Evans Lake with her 77-year-old husband who has the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s and has PTSD. Advised he had been irritable all day so she went for a walk and when she returned she noticed he had shot through the roof of their RV and the gun was lying next to the bed. She advised her husband pushed her and threatened to hit her.

Weapons fired
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised he was watching TV and he heard a bang and looked and there was a hole in his wall. Deputy advised units will get to it when they clear from the structure fire call.

Saturday, May 18

Accident-injuries
Cottage San Road
Vehicle went down in the ditch/it is smoking/it is leaking. Caller advised it is upside down. Eighteen-year-old male is breathing heavily/does not believe he is injured in any way.

Unwanted subject
Meadow Hawk Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller stated a named male is at her residence and she doesn’t want him there. Caller called back to cancel the call and hung up.

Unwanted subject
Mimbres Dove Lane – Upper Mimbres
Deputy out at address/negative contact/will ATL for a little bit.

Accident-property damage
Pinon Lane – Grant County
Caller advised that his fence post and property is damaged.

Burglary
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised things were stolen from his motor home while he was in the hospital/doesn’t know what was taken. Deputy advised clear. Caller stated he figured out who took his rooster and its cage – it was his friends that were helping him and it wasn’t stolen.

Welfare check
W. Highway 180
Caller advised she moved in three weeks ago and hasn’t been able to make contact with an elderly male. Dispatch advised there is a key on a white shelf in the back of the house if the deputy wants to do a walk-through. Deputy advised will be clear/everything appears okay.

Fight
11824 E. Highway 180
Could hear a male say he was going to kill someone/sounds like multiple people fighting. Deputies advised out at KOA/out on Cheryl Lane/out on Pueblo/out on Burnham/negative contact with any disturbance.

Sunday, May 19

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 111 (1 mile east of Truck Bypass)
Caller advised there is a deer in roadway toward Cliff. Deputy had negative contact with any deer/ATL to MM 104.

Unwanted subject
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Deputy had contact with caller/will be en route.

Aggravated assault
E. Highway 180 and Shasta Street
Couple having a verbal domestic/also heard two shots fired. Deputy had contact with a red Ford pickup on Shasta.

Welfare check
Partridge Drive
Caller advised a named female called yesterday and in the voicemail he could her and her boyfriend fighting. Deputy advised a named individual called advising female is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Rodeo Road
Caller advised people are arguing/this is ongoing and he wants it to stop. Deputy had contact advising everything okay here/heard yelling from another house/ATL area.

Overdose
Covellite Drive – Tyrone
No report.

Game and Fish
Highway 180/North Hurley
Dead deer in the middle of the road. Deputy located deer and moved it out of the way.

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